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The word 'honcho' originates from the Japanese Honcho, or squad leader. 'Head honcho' as a phrase therefore means the head leader. This translates in English as an idiom for the top boss of an organization.

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"Head honcho" is an informal term used to refer to the person in charge or the leader of a group or organization. It is often used to describe someone who holds a position of authority or is the top decision-maker.

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